The drone attack in Erbil, killing top Mossad agents, was the Iranian allies’ retaliation against the Israeli assassination

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The drone attack in Erbil, killing top Mossad agents, was the Iranian allies’ retaliation against the Israeli assassination

The commander of the Israeli Mossad assassination squad was allegedly hit and killed near the Emirati consulate in Erbil, Iraq, last week following a drone strike.
The strike was so precise that Israeli and pro-Western media outlets reported conflicting stories for hours after the assault.
Following the UAV raid, the Iraqi Kata’ib Hezbollah responded to the assassination of the top Mossad agent in Erbil by posting a picture of the Israeli-killed spy symbolically being crushed by an Iraqi military boot on their telegram channel after the UAV strike, adding, “If they don’t conduct themselves properly, we’ll have to teach them the manner.”
The Iraqi Kata’ib Hezbollah, on the other hand, denied involvement in the Erbil drone attack, saying, “It was a valiant attack, however, we did not take any part in it.”
Sheikh Qais al-Khazali, the Secretary-General of the Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq movement, commented on the recent missile strike on the headquarters of the Israeli intelligence in the northern Iraqi city of Erbil. “We do not accept Iraqi territory posing a threat to neighbouring countries,” said Mr al-Khazali, adding that attacks on Mossad headquarters are legitimate anywhere in the world, and we will not oppose such an attack if it is carried out by Mohammed bin Salman [the Saudi Crown Prince and the de facto ruler of the oil-rich Kingdom].
The Mossad headquarters in the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), which over the years has been able to run terrorist activities to destabilise Iraq’s security, currently supports the ISIS sleeper terror cells. The truth is that the presence of the Mossad bases in the Kurdistan region is a security challenge not only to Iraq, but to the entire Middle East. According to Iraqi commentators, Erbil’s decision to collaborate with Mossad in the KRG has been a blatant violation of the Iraqi constitution.
Meanwhile, there is fierce opposition to the presence of Zionists in Iraq coming from various political and religious factions. In this regard, the Iraqi parliament has just adopted a law that criminalises any normalisation efforts with the Zionist regime. Another important topic to consider is that during the last several months, the Zionist regime has stepped up its hostile measures against the Axis of Resistance in Iraq in an effort to undermine Iran’s national security and interests. The cold-blooded murder of a senior member of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Tehran and incidents of sabotage targeting industrial facilities are among the cases that Tel Aviv has committed against the Islamic Republic of Iran in recent weeks. Many analysts are of the opinion that the Mossad HQs in Erbil were responsible for planning and directing most of these heinous crimes.
Following the visit of Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), to Tel Aviv, there were rumours concerning the Zionist regime’s grip over the IAEA, which were corroborated by the IAEA’s Board of Governors’ recent anti-Iran decision. Officials in Tel Aviv have stated unequivocally that the only thing that would satisfy them is if Iran’s case is taken to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).
In conclusion, Iran certainly could not ignore the mischievous actions of the Zionist regime. The hostile movements against Tehran needed a decisive and clear response from the Axis of Resistance. Iran is open-handed in its retaliatory attacks, even in the middle of Tel Aviv itself, which has secretly launched successful operations. The Zionist regime is well aware of the capabilities of the Iranian agents within Israel, and if Tel Aviv seeks to continue its follies, more devastating retaliations will be waiting for it from Iran and its allies worldwide.

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